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Genealogy Research in Trempealeau County, Wisconsin

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Trempealeau County, WI? Why not hire a professional genealogist to assist you with your genealogy search? Our researchers are ready to help you find a wealth of records in Wisconsin. The state of Wisconsin was founded on May 29, 1848, and many types of records including land deeds, family wills, military records, family histories, and vital records are widely available for more than 150 years of the state's history. Contact our researchers today and learn how we might help you with your family tree search.

Many ethnic groups and nationalities settled or lived in
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is an exciting state to do research in because of the extensive and high quality records available to the professional genealogist at the various libraries, county courthouses, archives, and other repositories located throughout the state, and at places like the LDS Family History Library in Utah. Contact our genealogists today to learn how we might help you with your genealogy search in Wisconsin using many of these great records and resources.

About Our Wisconsin Research Team

If you would like a professional genealogist to undertake a tailor-made genealogy search for you and your family, please contact us today to learn  more about our unique ancestry research services. Our researchers are looking forward to assisting you with your Trempealeau County family tree search. Genealogy research can be carried out for you in all Wisconsin towns, cities, and counties.

Our Wisconsin genealogy research team consists of expert genealogists
who live and work in Madison (doing research at the Wisconsin Historical Society, etc.), another group that works in the U.S. capitol in Washington, D.C. (at places like the U.S. National Archives and Library of Congress), and a third team of researchers that works full time at the LDS Family
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The records collection of the Family History Library is the single most important resource for family tree research since it consists of literally billions of genealogy records from all parts of the globe, making it the largest and most important collection of genealogical information available in the world. Included in the Family History Library's collections are literally millions of genealogical records related to the state of Wisconsin which can be a great help to your ancestry search. Click here to read what our clients are saying about our genealogists and our unique family tree research services.

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Many people are unaware that many important records which are
crucial to their family tree search cannot be found online. Many
Trempealeau County
records, for example, are only available to researchers
who physically visit repositories at the local level in Wisconsin, at the
federal level in Washington, D.C., or at the LDS Family History Library
in Utah. Our genealogy researchers have access to all of these records
and are ready to assist you with your genealogy search in Wisconsin.
So, if you have limited your past family tree research to exhaustive internet searches at Ancestry.com, Rootsweb, and other online databases and web sites, you may have reached a brick wall because you're missing out on the literal gold mine of records available to our genealogists on microfilm, in books, and in other published works at these important locations.

  Many genealogical records related to your ancestry search, important records like family wills, court records, obituaries, death certificates, military records and land deeds are generally not available online and can only be obtained by mailing research requests to places like local public libraries or cemeteries, or by visiting the LDS Family History Library in Utah. These records are critical to any comprehensive ancestry search and should not be overlooked if high quality and thorough research results are to be achieved during your project. For these and other reasons, it's sometimes a great idea to hire a professional genealogist to assist you with your genealogy search.

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before we were
born is to remain
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of a human life unless it is
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-Cicero (106-43 B.C.

Family Tree Research - Trempealeau County, WI

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Trempealeau County, Wisconsin Genealogy Resources

Are you just beginning your ancestry research in Trempealeau County, WI? Our expert research team has put
together some helpful links and resources to help you get started with your family tree research. Many of the
resources listed on this page are often used by our genealogists during a typical ancestry search to help
locate important records like birth certificates, obituaries, court records, marriage certificates, land deeds, and
family histories.


Cemetery Transcription and Photo Project - Trempealeau County, WI

Epodunk - Trempealeau County Cemeteries

 Find a Grave - Trempealeau County, WI

Grave Addiction - Photographs of Trempealeau County Cemeteries

Gravestone Photo Project - Trempealeau County, WI

Interment.net - Trempealeau County Cemeteries

The Political Graveyard - Trempealeau County, WI

Tombstone Transcription Project - Trempealeau County, WI

USGenWeb Archives - Trempealeau County, WI Cemeteries

Census Records

Trempealeau County Census Records - Census Online

Trempealeau County Federal Census Index - US-Census.org

  Trempealeau County Census Records - USGenWeb Archives

 1850 Census of Trempealeau County, WI - Ancestry.com

1860 Census of Trempealeau County, WI - Ancestry.com

 1870 Census of Trempealeau County, WI - Ancestry.com

 1880 Census of Trempealeau County, WI - Ancestry.com

 1900 Census of Trempealeau County, WI - Ancestry.com

1910 Census of Trempealeau County, WI - Ancestry.com

1920 Census of Trempealeau County, WI - Ancestry.com

1930 Census of Trempealeau County, WI - Ancestry.com

Estate Records

USGenWeb Archives - Trempealeau County Wills   


Family History Archives - The History of Trempealeau County, WI

The Historical Marker Database - Trempealeau County Historical Markers 

Historical Marker Society of America - Trempealeau County Historical Markers

Living Places - Trempealeau County, Wisconsin

National Register of Historic Places - Trempealeau County, Wisconsin

Signs of History - Trempealeau County, Wisconsin

USGenWeb Archives - Trempealeau County Area History

Wikipedia.org - Trempealeau County, Wisconsin History

Land Records

Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office - Land Patent Search

USGenWeb Archives - Trempealeau County Deeds

Libraries and Archives

Family History Library Catalog - Trempealeau County, WI

 Public-Libraries.org - Trempealeau County Libraries

USGenWeb Archives - Trempealeau County, WI

Wisconsin  Historical Society - Madison, WI

Military Records

Korean War - Trempealeau County, WI Military Casualties

List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883 - Genealogy Trails History Group

USGenWeb Archives - Trempealeau County Military Records 

Vietnam War - Trempealeau County, WI Military Casualties 

World War II Casualties, Army and Army Air Corps - Trempealeau County, WI

World War II Honor List of Dead and Missing Army and Army Air Forces Personnel


Obituary Index - Trempealeau County, WI

USGenWeb Archives - Trempealeau County Obituaries & Death Notices


Wisconsin  Historical Society - Madison, WI

Wisconsin State Genealogical Society - Madison, WI

Vital Records

USGenWeb Archives - Trempealeau County, WI Vital Records

VitalRec.com - Trempealeau County Vital Records

Click Below to Learn More about Your Wisconsin Genealogy

County Formation Date County Seat
Adams County 1848 Friendship Portage County
Ashland County 1860 Ashland unorganized territory
Barron County 1859 Barron Dallas and Polk counties
Bayfield County 1845 Washburn Ashland County
Brown County 1818 Green Bay unorganized territory
Buffalo County 1853 Alma Trempealeau County
Burnett County 1856 Siren Polk County
Calumet County 1836 Chilton unorganized territory
Chippewa County 1845 Chippewa Falls Crawford County
Clark County 1853 Neillsville Crawford County
Columbia County 1846 Portage Portage County
Crawford County 1818 Prairie du Chien unorganized territory
Dane County 1836 Madison unorganized territory
Dodge County 1836 Juneau unorganized 
Door County 1851 Sturgeon Bay Brown County
Douglas County 1854 Superior unorganized 
Dunn County 1854 Menomonie Chippewa County
Eau Claire County 1856 Eau Claire Chippewa County
Florence County 1882 Florence Marinette and Oconto Counties
Fond du Lac County 1836 Fond du Lac unorganized territory
Forest County 1885 Crandon Langlade and Oconto Counties
Grant County 1836 Lancaster unorganized territory
Green County 1836 Monroe unorganized territory
Green Lake County 1858 Green Lake Marquette District
Iowa County 1829 Dodgeville unorganized territory
Iron County 1893 Hurley Ashland and Onedia Counties
Jackson County 1853 Black River Falls La Crosse County
Jefferson County 1836 Jefferson Milwaukee County
Juneau County 1856 Mauston Adams County
Kenosha County 1850 Kenosha Racine County
Kewaunee County 1852 Kewaunee Manitowoc County
La Crosse County 1851 La Crosse unorganized territory
Lafayette County 1846 Darlington Iowa County
Langlade County 1879 Antigo unorganized territory
Lincoln County 1874 Merrill Marathon County
Manitowoc County 1836 Manitowoc unorganized territory
Marathon County 1850 Wausau Portage County
Marinette County 1879 Marinette Oconto
Marquette County 1836 Montello Marquette District
Menominee County 1961 Keshena Menominee Indian Reservation
Milwaukee County 1835 Milwaukee unorganized territory
Monroe County 1854 Sparta La Crosse County
Oconto County 1851 Oconto unorganized territory
Oneida County 1885 Rhinelander Lincoln County
Outagamie County 1851 Appleton Brown County
Ozaukee County 1853 Port Washington Milwaukee County
Pepin County 1858 Durand Dunn County
Pierce County 1853 Ellsworth Saint Croix County
Polk County 1853 Balsam Lake Saint Croix County
Portage County 1836 Stevens Point unorganized territory
Price County 1879 Phillips Chippewa and Lincoln Counties
Racine County 1836 Racine unorganized territory
Richland County 1842 Richland Center Iowa County
Rock County 1836 Janesville unorganized territory
Rusk County 1901 Ladysmith Chippewa County
Sauk County 1840 Baraboo unorganized territory
Sawyer County 1883 Hayward Oconto County
Shawano County 1853 Shawano Oconto County
Sheboygan County 1836 Sheboygan unorganized territory
Saint Croix County 1840 Hudson unorganized territory
Taylor County 1875 Medford Clark, Lincoln, Marathon and Chippewa Counties
Trempealeau County 1854 Whitehall Crawford and La Crosee Counties
Vernon County 1851 Viroqua Richland and Crawford Counties
Vilas County 1893 Eagle River
Oneida County
Walworth County 1836 Elkhorn unorganized territory
Washburn County 1883 Shell Lake Burnett County
Washington County 1836 West Bend unorganized territory
Waukesha County 1846 Waukesha Milwaukee County
Waupaca County 1851 Waupaca Brown and Winnebago Counties
Waushara County 1851 Wautoma Marquette County
Winnebago County 1840 Oshkosh unorganized territory
Wood County 1856 Wisconsin Rapids Portage County

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